BeneFit Cosmetics • Powder Pop! • Palettes
|Would buy this product again.||85%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Medium, Warm Hair: Other, Relaxed, Medium Eyes: Brown
My absolute go-to. I haven't rightly figured out the whole contouring thing with my skintone, but this made it super easy! The shades compliment every skintone, and they last as well as look natural! Benefit's packaging always leaves a little to be desired, but I've come to expect that. This little trio goes with me everywhere I go!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Olive, Neutral Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
Great value! You can never go wrong with this palette! So cute and pretty much you can be on the go! I always bring this with me! A little goes a long way! I hope they won't discontinue this.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
The best thing about this product is that it lets you try different colours of blush that Benefit has and guess what I fell in love with all of them (and even bought a full-scale box of Dallas now).
Dandelion is a youthful pink, I'm pretty sure it will go with any skin colour, as it applies very sheer and comes up as a radiant, translucent, sort of cold pink.
Dallas is supposed to be a contour colour, but I actually use it as blush and must I say - it is so natural, velvety and give you a very slight sheen.
Hoola is a bronzer and it also works well for my medium fair skin! It leaves no orange undertone whatever (like many bronzers do).
I don't like the brush, it is not the best tool to apply it, so I use my 190 MAC for application and that works wonders. The box is pretty dodgy and many people generally complain about the packaging of Benefits product but since I am too lazy to carry around any products with me during the day that fact doesn't really bother me.
Overall, I would totally recommend this product to test what Benefit products are like and hopefully, you won't be dissapointed.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
Love it! Great price for the combination. I love Dandelion and Dellas a lot though I seldom use Hoola. Dandelion is all year round for me. it gives such good radiance to my face that my skin looks healthier and younger. Dellas is great for my slightly tanned skin in the summer.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Medium Eyes: Green
cute and useful, cheap on ebay, discontinued.
travel size, great!.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
Have always wanted to try some of benefits blushes and bronzers and this is so convinient.
I got this off ebay for something like usd7$.
Thought there was going to be a lot more product in the packet however,
Like other reviewers have said the brush isnt that good, makes the powder ball almost and not glide on smoothly enough.
I just use any other blush brush i have on handy, although it is hard to de pot the colour from the packet.
Love the matte colours as wont make me look shiny and great for nights out when taking photos.
Cute packaging as always, but a little cheap and will break easily as its just cardboard and the lid will come if in my bag, will need to pop a hair tie around it.
Good for the price that i found it on ebay, but wouldn't pay full price.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
This is a very good value as far as Benefit goes which has higher priced beauty powders or blushes than many lines. It a great combination of 3 colors dandelion, dallas & hoola..Dandelion a little bland for my taste but super convenient all together.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I LOVE this product. It's super convenient to have a bronzer, light and dark blush in one container. I don't use th brush it comes with, though it seems nice. I'm NC25 and the Dallas bronzer is great for contouring. Dandelion is such a pretty pink that can be used as a highlighter or even a blush.
I have a more rounded face, so I use Dallas in the hollow and temple area. Dandelion behind the apples of my cheeks and as a highlighter. Sometimes I use Hoola to add depth behind the apples/before my hairline. It really adds the dimension I need. I'll definitely buy this again.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I bought this on half price discount at tk maxx, its a nice mini trio of their main powders dandelion, hoola and dallas. Like others I contemplated this but was steered away by the price but for £12 this was well worth it! I like to put dallas or dandelion on the cheek apples depending on night or daytime and then use hoola under my cheekbones to bring them out which works well with my angular face. dallas is a plum blusher and dandelion is pale pink. I think paler toned people would struggle to use this palette and two out of 3 colours are better for medium tones. I have asian medium skin and all 3 look nice and natural on me. You have to be careful not to put too much on but aside that its a beautiful set worth trying.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
WOW!!! I love this.
I got this cheap from Strawberrynet, so actually i thought it was a good buy, I had looked at it ealier when it was full price but couldnt justify it, as I agree with many others that Benefit really is overpriced.
Anyway the three colours are awsome, well at least the two I have tried, I love Dallas as a stronger blusher, and Dandilion is so lovely for days when Im only wearing soft makeup. I havnt tried Hoola yet, Im not really a matte brinzer person, so not sure when Ill use it, also it seems to small for a brinzer I would need to use such a small brush. But all the same, I am glad I got this for the other two products.
Unlike others I actually really like the brush, it is very soft and fits nicely in the pans and is just large enough to spread over the cheeks, although small for a bronzer.
Wouls i repurchase, Yes and No, I think next time, now that Ive tried this, Ill get the full size items but will deffinitly buy these blushers again.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I'm really glad I bought this palette. Pretty much my only complaint with it is the size of the pans. My blush brush can hardly get in. If you want to try all three of these powders, definitely get the Powder Pop and try them all. It's great for travel too, just be careful that the lid doesn't come off somehow.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Green
The thing I like the most about this palette is that it is so natural looking. It makes me look healthy without looking overdone or too bronze.
I apply hoola lightly on the hollows of my cheeks, then use dallas lightly on the apples as a blush and dandelion to define my cheekbones and highlight.
I use it very sparingly as hoola can look dirty and dallas can be a tad sunburned looking. I'm not overly impressed with dandelion, it really is more like an all-over face powder as it very slightly brightens the skin.
Overall, it's a nice little palette to have, but not anything too remarkable . The brush is useless and it smelled horrid. The packaging is cheap and it falls apart easily.
Benefit is totally overpriced in my opinion.
I would not repurchase this.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
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COLOR: The three colors included are obviously Dandelion (super light shimmery pink), Dallas (nude with a hint of berry and shimmer), and Hoola (medium matte bronze).
TEXTURE: They are all very soft in texture and very blendable. Even when built up, none of them appear chalky on my face and look very natural.
PACKAGING: This is the downfall of the product in my opinion. I love the idea of being able to try three of these powders at once, especially since the full sizes are really large and i'm not sure I could use three full sizes. This is a great way to try each product. While I agree that taking the brush out and putting in a square of Georgia would have been more ideal, the brush that is included really isn't as useless as I presumed, as it's really great for blending on the cheeks and is especially handy when using Hoola to contour. You have to use a smaller brush to make it fit into each compartment, I use a Sephora brand angled blush brush for this product. The box is a lot shorter, or less bulky than i thought it would be also, which is nice. I do like the look of the outside of the box, it's a collage of the three original powder logos done in a purple and pink scheme.
WEAR: Each of the powder wears pretty well for a decent period of time. I don't usually touch up my blush, and at the end of the day you can still tell there is something on my cheeks.
PRICE: This palette retails at $28USD on Sephora, etc... I purchased mine from Specktra for about $10 which was a super deal. I would probably repurchase Dandelion as an all over beauty powder and also maybe Dallas as it's a sunkissed nude that is perfect for my NC25ish skin right now and really flatters my green eyes and brown hair. the regular Dallas, Hoola, and Dandelion powders cost $28 for .42 oz, in Powder Pop you get .30 oz for the same price. You're paying a premium for being able to try three of the powders at once. My suggestion would be to get this if you are interested in all three powders, but if only one or two interest you, I would look into getting the full sizes.
OVERALL: I do like all three powders, but I still prefer Nars Laguna over Hoola. Dandelion is awesome as an all-over complexion brightener for me and is just what I was looking for. Dallas is a great summer nude blush for me. I think that I will look into purchasing a full size Dandelion and then next summer purchase Dallas. As for this Powder Pop, i will continue to use it for a while.
Here's a pic of the inside of the palette:
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brown, Medium Eyes: Brown
I love this set! I use all the colors- dandelion looks good as an all over powder to brighten my face or as a light, natural blush with slight shimmer; dallas is a bronzey blush that adds color and slight shimmer, and hoola is great for contouring with a light hand, and for all over bronze color with no shimmer. I don't use the included brush but it's good for travel because it's all in a set together. I grab this the most in the mornings because it's so easy. I have oily skin and the shimmer in dandelion and dallas hasn't looked too shiny for me. All of the powders are made of talc- don't know if that's making me break out or not. Overall, I would recommend this set so you can try three powders for the price of one full-size powder.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
First of all ,the quality of the powder is the most important thing of the product . The Dandelion is really easy to use ,it reflects well both inside and outside. i put it all over my face and looks so healthy. AND HOOLA are really easy to use,but one thing to remember , use a big brush and take really little amount each time ,or u would look like have a whiskers. I sometimes use the HOOLA and Dallas as an eye shadow since its exquisite texture. Believe me , they are really good as an eyeshadow and creates a very natural look.
demerit: brush is not good at all ,i would rather they add another powder in stead of the brush.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I love this! I always wanted to try there blushes without buying full size. I love dallas and dandelion! This is really great quality blushes. I dont like hoola though. The brush isnt that great eaither.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I have used Benefit for the past 7 years and have tried just about everything of their line. This brings together 3 of the gorgeous blushes/bronzers together in one box. I LOVE the packaging...it might not be that practical but it is so cute! The amount of product in there is just right. Like someone said above, I don't know anyone who could go through an entire box of any of Benefit's boxed powders, so it is nice that there is a decent amount of 3 in one box. I also agree that they could throw out the brush and throw in a small pan of Georgia (which I have never tried). I would suggest using the Benefit slanted powder brush.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
I really do love this pallete, I love all the powders but have to agree with a previous reviewer that it would be a lot better if the space for the brush was replaced by Georgia. I already had the Dallas Powder but also wanted to try Dandelion and Hoola before splurging £22.50 on each. Overall, I am pleased with this and would definately buy it again, especially as I got it for a bargain price of £14 at the BeneFit counter in Debenhams.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Red, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
love the look of these powders when used together. it is a perfect travel palette and i love the look of this with the 2 darker colors on my face and dandelion as an eyeshadow with lots of black mascara and a lippy. so easy and natural. since i love the combo of all 3 together so much.. i doubt i would even buy these separately -- i would just buy the palette again.
-this palette works GREAT for my skin-tone: yellow-based, fair redhead
-the brush is not the best but it could do for touch ups but you have to swirl it around a lot for it to blend
-the packaging... not my favorite. i wish at least there was a magnet to keep it closed or that it was a compact! oh well
-the blushes themselves are small.. but bigger than i expected given all the hype about how small they are. i bought the ecotools blush brush from walgreens and because of the domed bristles, fits into each compartment perfectly.
-the amount of shimmer/sparkles is just right. i HATE shimmer on my face (eyeshadow is ok), but the amount in this really is more "glowy" than shimmery. it's not in your face. also, of course the bronzer is matte
i ordered this from the benefit website... they shipped really fast and included some bonus samples. :)
<3 this palette
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
I love this! I have wanted to try BeneFit's blushes so I jumped when I saw this in the store. I don't use the brush it came with but my slanted blush brush fits in the little compartments without a problem.